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Title: Women of Cuturibi
Authors: Métavidea Associates
UNDP
Cadec Pictures
Vision TV
Gjerstad, O.
Flemington, P.
Rampen, L.
MacDonald, F.
Keywords: RURAL WOMEN
ECUADOR
LESOTHO
INDIGENOUS POPULATION
LAND OWNERSHIP
POVERTY
WOMEN'S ROLE
WOMEN'S RIGHTS
WOMEN'S STATUS
DRINKING WATER
WATER SHORTAGE
CULTURAL CHANGE
Date: 1994
Publisher: Vision TV, Toronto, ON, CA
Series/Report no.: North South series; 143
Abstract: Video consists of two parts: part one (Women of Cuturibi, ca. 12 min.) examines indigenous women in the rural community of Cuturibi, Ecuador; part two (Black women's white gold, ca. 12 min.) examines the lives of women in Lesotho as well as the chronic shortage of drinking water in that country.
Description: Host: F. MacDonald
Executive producer: P. Flemington
Series producer: L. Rampen
Women of Cuturibi produced by: Cadec Pictures
Black women's white gold produced by United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Series produced by Métavidea for Vision TV
Also available in 3/4" master tape
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/14535
Access: IDRC Only
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